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Easton III, Allen R. (Tre) (audio interview and transcript)

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coverage
Winston-Salem (N.C.)
creator
Easton III, Allen R. (Tre)
Tre Easton
Athanasopoulos, Charles-Anthony
date
2015-10-24
2024-04-17T13:48:21Z
2024-04-17T13:48:21Z
2024-04-17 (issued)
description
Tre Easton, from Barnesville, GA (an hour south of Atlanta), graduated from Wake Forest in 2013. At the time of the interview, he resided in Washington, D.C. and was a special assistant in the Office of Congressional and Government Affairs. Among the topics discussed are the cultural differences between Barnesville, Atlanta, Winston-Salem, and Wake Forest; the LGBTQ community at Wake Forest; being a gay person of color; family relationships; the importance of being involved with Theater and GSSA; Greek life
format
audio/mp3
1:04:38
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/103330
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
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subject
Wake Forest University--History
Expanded Wake Voices
Inclusive Student Life Collection
LGBTQ
Queer Public Histories
Rising Voices: A Wake Forest LGBTQIA Alumni Conference
Mother So Queer: A Queer History of Wake Forest University
Mazaris, Angela
Students--Social life and customs
Sexual minorities
title
Easton III, Allen R. (Tre) (audio interview and transcript)
type
Sound

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